Bug Byte Software

Ole!

Ole!

Microsoft MSX

This is one of the few bullfighting games made outside Spain. Once in, players must first type their name in order to let the computer know who will be the "future matador". The action takes place in the round scenario of a Plaza in which players have total freedom of movement (just like the bull), the objective being to score as much points as possible by passing the animal with the best arts. Players will also have the possibility to take off the "capote" (cloth) in order to run faster and distract the beast in one of those moments of maximum danger. But in case the bull does attack, no...

Rapscallion

Rapscallion

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

Rapscallion the Rogue has captured the ownership rights to your castle, and imprisoned you out in the wilderness. Fortunately, your friend the Princess has transformed you into a bird, allowing you to escape and begin your quest for vengeance in this arcade adventure. The screens are linked in a maze fashion, with most having multiple exits, and each has its own hazards. These include marauding cats, dual spikes that close in on you, bolts of electricity fired out from linked points, spiders, and loads more. The graphical style is large and blocky, and certainly out of the ordinary. You can...

Split Personalities

Split Personalities

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

The game presents the player with a blank screen to play with. The player controls a flashing cursor which can be moved at will over the canvas. Pressing the fire button causes the first piece of the puzzle to slide out on to the playing area. This piece can then be slid around the screen to a place of the players choosing. A miniature preview of the completed image acts as a guide for the player and also highlights the piece of the puzzle that the player is currently controlling. In addition there were also tiles that contained bombs which needed to be ejected from the playing field within...

A View to a Kill

A View to a Kill

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1985

You are James Bond and you must stop Max Zorin from destroying Silicon Valley and dominating the microchip market. This game will take you to Paris and San Francisco. In Paris you will need to chase Mayday in your vehicle as she parachutes down to her extraction point. In San Francisco, you will get to go to City Hall and go to an abandoned mine where you must disarm a bomb. If the bomb is not disarmed a huge earthquake will occur and Silicon Valley will be flooded.

πr²

πr²

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

In this logical game you have to move a sphere around cogs to collect a formula in the correct order. To move between cogs you press the space bar at the point they meet. Holding down W will allow you to move the opposite way the cog is moving but here you move slower, releasing W allows you to travel faster the way the cog is moving. Some cogs have baddies on them and you must time your transfer to it without being hit by it. On the screen you see a small part of the game area. As well as the main playing area you can also see your score, lives, level and parts of the formula collected.

πr²

πr²

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

In this logical game you have to move a sphere around cogs to collect a formula in the correct order. To move between cogs you press the space bar at the point they meet. Holding down W will allow you to move the opposite way the cog is moving but here you move slower, releasing W allows you to travel faster the way the cog is moving. Some cogs have baddies on them and you must time your transfer to it without being hit by it. On the screen you see a small part of the game area. As well as the main playing area you can also see your score, lives, level and parts of the formula collected.

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